The public is invited to attend a concert titled Celtic Spirit, Music and Reflection for the Season of Lent, featuring harpist Mildred Crocker, Sunday, March 27 at 4 p.m. at the United Christian Church, 30 Searsmont Road/Route 173 in Lincolnville Center.

Crocker is a liturgical harpist associated with St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Camden and a certified therapeutic harpist working with hospice and care homes in the area. She will play “Panis Angelicus” by Franck, “Silent Worship” by Handel and “Monastery at Killmacdaugh” by Monk. Crocker will be joined by flutist Mary Schulien in leading the gathering in singing traditional Celtic hymns such as “Cwm Rhondda,” “Slane,” “St. Columba” and “Bunessan.”

Pastor Susan Stonestreet will provide readings for reflection during the program, which will run approximately 45 minutes. Celtic Spirit is the second in a Sunday series that includes an organ recital April 3 featuring Jane Schroeder, principal organist at St Thomas Episcopal Church playing the Rodgers Masterpiece Trillium Customized 788 organ; a Service of Healing and Reconciliation April 10, led by Pastor Stonestreet with folk music provided by Stonestreet on harmonica and Ellen Connors on guitar; and a Taize Service April 17, which includes singing meditation, selected readings, and silent prayer. Guitarist Jean Goldfine and flutist Mary Schulien will accompany the singing.

The United Christian Church, built in 1821, is on the National Registry of Historic Places and has its original boxed pews, lower and upper balconies, and rippled glass windows. All are welcome to attend. There is no admission fee, but donations would be appreciated.

For more information, call Stonestreet at 763-4526 or Schulien, music director, at 785-3521.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.